Natalia V. Beloborodova

Federal Research and Clinical Center of Intensive Care Medicine and Rehabilitology

Natalia Vladimirovna Beloborodova was educated at the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, with a degree in pediatrics in 1980, a Ph.D. in 1987, and a specialization in Clinical Microbiology from First Moscow State Medical University in 2004. She has been a Professor since 1996. Currently, she is the Head of the Laboratory of Metabolism, a division of the Federal Research and Clinical Center of Intensive Care Medicine and Rehabilitology, Moscow, Russian Federation. N.V. Beloborodova has many years of clinical experience in the field of intensive care and surgery. She studies infectious complications and sepsis. She initiated a series of interdisciplinary clinical and experimental studies based on the concept of integrating human metabolism and its microbiota. Her scientific achievements are widely known: she is the recipient of the Marie E. Coates Award \"Best lecturer-scientist\" Gustafsson Fund, Karolinska Institutes, Stockholm, Sweden, and the International Sepsis Forum Award, Pasteur Institute, Paris, France (2014), etc. Professor N.V. Beloborodova wrote 210 papers, five books, 10 chapters and has edited four books.

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The book is mainly of interest to researchers in the field of the human microbiome. A lot of new useful knowledge can also be learned from this book by doctors who use scientific achievements for diagnosis and treatment, as well as postgraduate students who participate in research projects on the role of microbiota in pathophysiological processes. This book reflects current data on both methods of studying the microbiota and methods of its correction. Special attention is paid to the role of the microbiota in diseases such as stroke, cancer, autism, allergies, psoriasis, colitis, liver diseases, etc.; the mechanisms of interaction of the microbiota with drugs and natural products are considered. The scientific editors were happy to work on this book and hope that it will be useful to readers.

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